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Juice FM

Duncan 89.7 MHz FM
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Juice FM 89.7 CJSU-FM Hit Music from the 80s, 90s & NOW plus Cowichan News first! Show more
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On the air Juice FM

Live Marianas Trench I Knew You When
11:10 Green Day Basket Case
11:07 Lennon Stella Kissing Other People
Juice FM playlist

TOP songs on Juice FM

Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now (Regard Remix)Dua Lipa — Don't Start Now (Regard Remix)
Lizzo - Good as Hell (feat. Ariana Grande)Lizzo — Good as Hell (feat. Ariana Grande) [Remix]
Harry Styles - Adore YouHarry Styles — Adore You
Post Malone - CirclesPost Malone — Circles
Jonas Brothers - Only HumanJonas Brothers — Only Human
Taylor Swift - You Need To Calm DownTaylor Swift — You Need To Calm Down
Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine - YouElijah Woods x Jamie Fine — You
Loud Luxury & Bryce Vine - I'm Not Alright XMIXRBryce Vine — I'm Not Alright
Ria Mae, Dan Talevski - Too CloseRia Mae — Too Close
The Wild! - Playing With FireThe Wild! — Playing With Fire

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Information about the radio

CJSU-FM is a Canadian adult hits radio station that broadcasts a mix of 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s hits with some current hot adult contemporary singles at 89.7 FM in Duncan, British Columbia. The station is owned by Vista Broadcast Group and branded as 89.7 Juice FM.

The station originally began broadcasting in 1964 as CKAY at 1500 AM, until the switch to the FM dial was made on August 1, 2000, and the station recalled.

Radio contacts

Address: 5380 Trans Canada Highway, Duncan BC, V9L 6W4

Phone: studio: +1 250-746-4897, office: +1 250-746-0897


Fax: +1 250-748-1517

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